I’ve always liked the excessive bokeh/blur in front and behind an object or subject. Little did I know how good the lens actually is. It is by far one of the best investments I’ve made when it comes to photography. It’s a high-quality lens for a great price and the photos are always incredibly sharp and buttery smooth.Continue reading “Nikkor 35mm f/1.8”
Nikon D5300 9 years later
All of my photos for the past two years have been taken with the Nikon D5300. For the price of US$300, I’d say it’s still on the top of its game, considering it was released in 2013.Continue reading “Nikon D5300 9 years later”
Mobile Photography | Editing Tips #2
It isn’t always necessary to use complicated or expensive editing software to get the job done. Using your phone and free editing software can also do the trick.
Let’s begin.Continue reading “Mobile Photography | Editing Tips #2”
5 Phone Photography Tips for Beginners
We might be talking about phone photography but it’s still photography. Give your phone the same respect you would give a normal DSLR camera.Continue reading “5 Phone Photography Tips for Beginners”
Camera basics | The Trilemma Triangle
The trilemma triangle of shutter speed, aperture and ISO.
Are you still struggling to find the right balance between your shutter speed, aperture and ISO? Allow me to shine a light!Continue reading “Camera basics | The Trilemma Triangle”
Photography Tips – Rule of Thirds
Rule of thirds, composition, framing – one of the first skills you should learn before taking photos. It can help you tell the story, or emphasise a feeling.Continue reading “Photography Tips – Rule of Thirds”
5 Photography Tips for Beginners
My main shooter for the past 3 years has been the Nikon D5300. It has served me incredibly well and continues to do so. I still have much to learn, but here are a few tips and techniques I’ve learned along the way.Continue reading “5 Photography Tips for Beginners”
Improve your photography
Take photos all the time. Just all the time.
You don’t need to share all the photos publicly. But allow yourself to “fail”. Make something terrible.
“The master has failed more times than the beginner has even tried.”Continue reading “Improve your photography”
Long Exposure Tutorial | Photography Tips
I’ll use an entry-level DSLR and standard kit lens (18-55mm f/3.5 – 5.6) as an example.Continue reading “Long Exposure Tutorial | Photography Tips”